Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Bonnie Lynn Bernstein (born August 16, 1970 born in Brooklyn, New York, USA) is an American sports journalist and executive. She has been named one of the most talented female sportscasters in history by the American Sportscasters Association.
Bernstein is the only female fill-in host for the award-winning syndicated radio and TV program, The Dan Patrick Show and appears as a guest commentator on several news networks, including NBC, MSNBC and FOX News Channel, to discuss prominent sports stories.
Bernstein is Vice President, Content and Brand Development, of Campus Insiders, as well as the on-air "face" of the network. She freelances for The Dan Patrick Show, ESPN, espnW and DirecTV and serves as a guest commentator on several news networks, including MSNBC, NBC and FOX News Channel.
She graduated magna cum laude with a degree in broadcast journalism from University of Maryland. She was a four-time Academic All-America in gymnastics, receiving the Thomas M. Fields award for excellence in academics and athletics.
Bernstein launching her career as the news and sports director at WXJN-FM radio in Lewes, Delaware. She shifted to television at WMDT-TV in Salisbury, Maryland as the ABC affiliates weekend news anchor, then became Reno, Nevada's first-ever female weekday sports anchor at NBC affiliate KRNV-TV.
Bernstein first joined ESPN in 1995 as its Chicago Bureau Chief, where she covered Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls' record-setting championship run (1996–98). Bernstein joined CBS Sports in 1998 as the lead sideline reporter for the NCAA Men's Basketball Championships and feature reporter for The NFL Today. Upon signing with CBS/Westwood One Radio in 2001, Bernstein often pulled "double duty" during the NFL season, covering a Sunday game for CBS and Monday Night Football for radio.
In January 2006, Bernstein left CBS to and rejoined ESPN in July as a field reporter for Sunday Night Baseball on ESPN. She changing focus to studio hosting many of ESPN’s high-profile shows, including NFL Live, Jim Rome Is Burning, Outside the Lines, First Take and College Football Live.
In April, 2013, Bernstein was named vice president of Content and Brand Development for Campus Insiders.
Sunday, March 31, 2013
Romy Tarangul (Born 19 October 1987 in Frankfurt an der Oder, Brandenburg, Germany) is a German judoka. She presently competes in the 52 kg category for the JC 90 Frankfurt (Oder).
In 2008 Tarangul won the silver medal at the European Championships and qualified for the Beijing Olympics, where she reached a 9th place overall.
At the 2009 World Judo Championships Romy Tarangul won the bronze medal and marking her biggest international success so far.
In 2012 London Summer Olympics Tarangul won her first round fight against Natalia Kuziutina. She was eliminated in the quarterfinals after being beaten by Rosalba Forciniti of Italy.
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Sophie Polkamp (Born 2 August 1984 in Groningen, Netherland) is a Dutch field hockey player of Netherlands national team. Sophie was part of the Dutch squad that became World Champion at the 2006 Women's Hockey World Cup and the 2007 Champions Trophy.
Sophie played as defender for Dutch club Stichtse Cricket en Hockey Club and afterward for Amsterdamsche Hockey & Bandy Club.
In 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, she won an Olympic gold medal with the Dutch national team beating China in the final.
Friday, March 8, 2013
Antonija Misura (Born 19 May 1988 in Sibenik, Croatia) is a Croatian professional women basketball player. Misura has represented the national team in the 2009 Mediterranean Games, EuroBasket Women 2011, and the 2012 Olympics. She plays for ZKK Jolly JBS in the Croatian Women's Basketball League and for the Croatia women's national basketball team. Misura is frequently expressed as the most beautiful sportswoman of Croatia.
Antonija plays as a point guard and shooting guard, and is well-known for her quick, at times explosive, style of play. Misura has also been marked in several polls for the most beautiful sportswoman, and her looks have attracted major media noticed.
Antonija Misura started her professional career in 2005 with ZKK Vidici Dalmostan. In 2007, she moving to ZKK Jolly JBS, and winning both the national championship and the Croatian Cup in 2008. In the summer of 2013, Misura's contract with ZKK Jolly JBS will expire. She has expressed her want to play in Spain, Italy or Turkey. Her ultimate dream is to play in the WNBA.
With the Croatian national team, Misura won the bronze medal at the 2009 Mediterranean Games, placed 5th in the 2011 EuroBasket Women and 10th in the London 2012 Summer Olympics.
Bleacher Report, the American sports website named her the most beautiful female player at the 2012 Summer Olympics. The American Entertainment and Lifestyle Magazine (Muze) featured her as one of the most amazing athletes of London 2012 Olympics. She has rejected most modeling offers, focusing mostly on her sports career and education.
Sunday, February 17, 2013
Melissa Stark (Born November 11, 1973 in Baltimore, Maryland) is an American television personality and sportscaster who works as a reporter for the NFL Network.
Melissa began her career at WMAR-TV in Baltimore in 1991 as a news intern working on the assignment desk. Melissa had worked with NBC. In 2003, she joined MSNBC subsidiary. She made her NBC Sports debut in 2004 contributing reports and interviews for the network's coverage of the Triple Crown and other big horse racing events for the network. She was also a correspondent for NBC's The Today Show.
In 2006 Torino Winter Olympics, Stark served as the speed skating reporter for NBC's coverage. She worked swimming and diving reporter at the 2004 Athens Olympics. She anchored MSNBC's coverage of the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Melissa was best known for her three-year stint as a sideline reporter for Monday Night Football. She has also worked as a reporter for ESPN. Stark joined ESPN in 1996 as the host of the weekly program Scholastic Sports America, where she traveled across the United States covering high school and college sports focusing on human interest and issue-related stories.
In June 2000, Melissa joined ABC Sports. She was the lead sideline reporter for ABC Sports' Monday Night Football for three seasons, from 2000-03. Stark has appeared as a guest host on The View and was the co-host of ABC Entertainment's 2001 pilot presentation of The Runner - a prime-time reality-based program.
Melissa Stark has started doing field work for NFL Network, specifically for NFL Total Access and Around The League Live shows. Stark was host the NFL Network newest gameday show First on the Field on September 9, 2012.